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“A Journey Of A 1000 Miles
Begins With A Single Step”

Bilbrey Tours is Abilene’s leading resource for tourism opportunities, providing the time to travel, relax, and enjoy the amazing things this country has to offer. Read below to learn about the featured destinations for July 2020.

Let’s Texas:  LUBBOCK

Wednesday, July 1, 2020


Departing Abilene
(w/ pick up in Sweetwater)
$145 per person

Full payment due upon booking

Highlights Include:

  • Bayer Museum of Agriculture – from horse drawn implements to the tech-Savvy, computer GPS, driven equipment and farmers of today enjoy our time of remembrance and discovery. Be sure to explore the Alton Brazell Exhibit Hall contains the museum’s large collection of historic farming artifacts; from restored antique tractors to harvesting equipment, highlights include and interactive Blacksmith Shop, a history of cotton ginning exhibit, and the largest display of pedal tractors in the United States. Don’t forget to take in the restored Pullman train car, the 1938 Ropesville Project Farm House as well as picking up some unique gifts and home décor at Grace’s General Store.
  • American Windmill Museum – the largest windmill museum in the world. This 33,000 sq ft unique Lubbock experience showcases beautifully restored structures (many from the Hundley Collection which consisted of 48 windmills, 171 weights, 56 pumps and models), rare mills, early electric generating wind charges and even the largest wind machine; Vestas Wind Turbine with a 154-foot diameter wheel perched on a 165-foot tall tower.  The museum is also home to a 6,600 sq ft model train layout depicting the relationship between windmills and railroads.
  • Enjoy lunch a private, catered lunch in American Windmill Museum’s covered, air-conditioned patio.

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GlobeLife Field

Globe Life Field Tour
(new home of the Texas Rangers)

Saturday, July 18, 2020

Departing Abilene
$109 per person

Full payment due upon booking

Highlights Include:

  • Go behind the scenes of the Texas Rangers’ new 1.7 million square feet ballpark as we tour the impressive $1.1 billion state-of-the-art complex. Opening in March 2020, Rangers fans will enjoy outdoor ambiance in air-conditioned comfort in this amazing new facility. Be among one of the firsts to see up close the dugout, press box, locker rooms and much more.
  • Enjoy lunch on your own at Texas Live! – Arlington’s premier dining and entertainment district adjacent to Globe Life Field.

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Let’s Texas:  WACO

July 21 – 22, 2020
(2 days – 1 night)

Departing Abilene and Big Spring

$385 per person (2 people per room)
$449 per person (1 person per room)

Travel Protection Insurance-$68 per person
Full payment due upon booking 

Highlights Include:

  • Homestead Craft Village – an 18-acre craft village and working homestead.  This group of craftsmen take pride in restoring gems of the past.  Explore the many historic buildings such as the 200-year old restored barn; potter’s house, where a variety of distinctive stoneware and porcelain pottery are displayed; the restored 1760 gristmill, the herb garden, a working blacksmith’s shop and more.
  • Texas Rangers Hall of Fame and Museum – the state-designated official historical center of the famed Texas Rangers law enforcement agency.  Explore the past of this remarkable American Heritage.  The Texas Rangers have served across three centuries and under five flags.  Discover the heroism and service of 31 inductees honored in the Hall of Fame.  Meet the active-duty and retired members of our nation’s oldest state law enforcement agency and learn what it takes to wear the badge.
  • Dr. Pepper Museum – home of the Nation’s oldest major soft drink. The Museum is housed in the 1906 Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company building.  A collection of over 100,000 objects with only 5 to 10 percent of the collection on display at any given time ranging from bottles and cans to paper advertisements and even go-carts.
  • Magnolia Market at the Silos – made famous by HGTV’s show Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna Gaines. The iconic silos were originally built in 1950 as part of the Brazos Valley Cotton Oil Company. Since 2015, the Gaineses have completely transformed the Waco landmark to a present-day backdrop for the retail store, located in the historic grain barn; the bakery, and coffee shop.
  • Meals :  2 lunches or dinner

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Photos Courtesy of City of Waco / Bilbrey Tours
Big Sky

Big Sky Country
Featuring Montana & Wyoming

** CANCELED**

July 28 – August 10, 2020
(14 days – 13 nights)

Departs Abilene, Big Spring, Lubbock and San Angelo

$3720 per person (2 people per room)
$5044 per person (1 person per room)

Travel Protection Insurance-$316-472 per person
$50 due upon booking – Final due April 21, 2020

Highlights Include:

  • Glacier National Park
  • Lake McDonald, MT
  • “Going to the Sun” Highway
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Old Faithful
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Colter Bay Visitor Center
  • Chapel of Transfiguration
  • Jackson Hole
  • Lewis and Clark
  • Interpretative Center
  • Smoke Jumpers Visitors Center
  • National Historic Trails Visitor Center
  • Arches National Park
  • St Ignatius Mission
  • Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum
  • Meals: 13 continental breakfasts
  • 10 lunches or dinners

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Photo Courtesy of Montana Office of Tourism